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Civilians in War: Civilian, Rationing, Civilian Casualties Caused Isaf and Us Forces- War in Afghanistan, Royal Observer Corps by NOT A BOOK

Civilians in War: Civilian, Rationing, Civilian Casualties Caused

Isaf and Us Forces- War in Afghanistan, Royal Observer Corps by NOT A BOOK

Published August 13th 2011
ISBN : 9781156423561
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60 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 58. Chapters: Civilian, Rationing, Civilian casualties caused by ISAF and US Forces- War in Afghanistan, RoyalMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 58. Chapters: Civilian, Rationing, Civilian casualties caused by ISAF and US Forces- War in Afghanistan, Royal Observer Corps, List of Royal Observer Corps / United Kingdom Warning and Monitoring Organisation Posts, Kunduz airstrike, Postal censorship, Prince Ludwig of L wenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg, Riverbend, Narang night raid, Aircraft Warning Service, Victory garden, Salam Pax, Francis Derwent Wood, Wech Baghtu wedding party attack, War bride, Deh Bala wedding party bombing, Home front, British War Relief Society, Uruzgan helicopter attack, List of ROC Group Headquarters and UKWMO Sector controls, Manogi airstrike, Hyderabad airstrike, Countervalue, National Defense Mobilization Law, Civilian service. Excerpt: The War in Afghanistan (2001-present) has caused the deaths of thousands of Afghan civilians directly from NATO and ISAF military action. The initial military objectives of as articulated by President George W. Bush in his Sept. 20th Address to a Joint Session of Congress and his Oct. 7th address to the country, included the destruction of terrorist training camps and infrastructure within Afghanistan, the capture of al-Qaeda leaders, and the cessation of terrorist activities in Afghanistan. The war, launched by the United States as Operation Enduring Freedom in 2001, began with an initial air campaign that almost immediately prompted concerns over the number of Afghan civilians being killed as well as international protests. With civilian deaths from airstrikes rising again in recent years, the number of Afghan civilians being killed by foreign military operations has led to mounting tension between the foreign countries and the government of Afghanistan. In May 2007, President Hamid Karzai summoned military commanders to warn them of the consequences of further deaths. There is no single official figure for the ov...